July 4th

On Monday, July 4th, the Fargo team members will be celebrating the US Independence Day holiday with family and friends. Chris Dew plans to get his “grill on” and I may be found hanging on for dear life while attempting to wake board. Please wish us luck (we’re going to need it!) and join us in celebrating one of our favorite summer holidays

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July 4th

July 1, 2011 · Abbey · No Comments
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Export to Excel like a rocket

SmartView export to Excel is geting faster and Faster.

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June 15, 2011 ·  · No Comments
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Build your own node

Node Builder is available for download for those partners and customers that have been patiently waiting on backorders. This is an exciting first release of a product that really takes one more step in making Dyanamics GP the most powerful, flexible and integrateable mid market ERP solution available. Bar None

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Build your own node

June 2, 2011 ·  · No Comments
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A new focus for awhile

Over the last year or so, my focus has been providing bite-sized nuggets of info to help make using GP easier and more productive. I’d now like to take a turn to something that is near and dear to my heart – training. In my experience, most GP (or any software app for that matter) users are seriously under-trained in the finer points of the application

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A new focus for awhile

January 22, 2011 · Frank Hamelly MCP-GP MCT MVP · No Comments
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Significance of Fixed Assets REQUIRE ACCOUNT Setup Option

That was quite a precise advise from Mark Polino about Fixed Assets Setup Option.

Mark’s article, Putting the Fix in Fixed Assets, saved my day today literally. The advise, which saved me, is not in the article but in one of Mark’s reply to a query from a visitor.

The issue is this: When I add a new Asset and run the GL Posting, it did not clear FA Clearing Account and add the cost to FA Cost Account. Typically, FA Clearing Account Debit to FA Cost Credit.

In a nutshell, FA Company Setup has got an option called Require Account which needs to be checked. This will make sure that you enter an Asset Account Group or all FA Accounts separately.

The reason why I overlooked this option: When I integrated Fixed Assets onto GP10, and ran the GL Posting, it was working perfectly without any issues. That time Require Account option was not checked as my understanding towards this option was completely in different context.

Anyways, I thought I would re-blog Mark’s post for those who are struggling to understand this point.

And, Thanks Mark. You saved my day.

VAIDY

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October 17, 2010 · Vaidyanathan Mohan · No Comments
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